Vermonters seem less averse to bioengineered food once it's identified.
Grocery stores may look a little different.
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It would be the first crop to go on sale that has been genetically altered with the enzyme
A new genetic engineering technique rewrites the language of life
This has happened with several crop-munching insect species around the world.
The defendants allegedly drove around the American Midwest for years, digging up protected plants.
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The rice would help those who suffer from mineral deficiencies in developing countries, but the agency hopes U.S. shoppers will bite, too.
Parents were told the rice contained beta carotene, but weren't informed that it was thanks to genetic engineering.
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